What is the likelihood that findings of fact can be made after a full evidentiary hearing?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Bravo v. HFBC Housing Foundation, 2013 BCHRT 19 (CanLII):

Although I say at the outset that I am not making findings of fact in the context of this decision I must, and have, assessed the materials filed by the parties to come to an opinion about the likelihood that findings of fact could be made after a full evidentiary hearing to support the complaint: Evans v. University of British Columbia, 2008 BCSC 1026.

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